A small town in southwest of France. For a long time the people in Condom devoted themselves with producing Armagnac, a fine liquor, and feeding old and rich Englishmen who came there for their holidays in search for things which do not exist in England, like food and sun.

Then, one day somebody told the natives that the name of their city had a special meaning in English, something they called "capote anglaise" (English hood) in French.

They decided to build a Museum of the Condom to entertain the tourists, not very far from the river Baise which crosses the city (Baise would mean "fuck" in French if it were not for a small difference which cannot be rendered in ASCII). You can visit the museum from June 17 to September 10, every day from 10am to 12am and from 3pm to 7pm. 20 francs for adults, 10 francs for children and students.

Condom also has a few interesting mansions of the 12th to 16th centuries, and I visited its beautiful gothic cathedral last year, but this is not the reason why you read this node, did you?